Panasonic TH37PV500 - AV Connections & DVB?

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  1. Carloto

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    Hi,

    Hoping someone can help me on these?

    1. AV SCART Connections

    Have bought a Panny TH-37PV500 and I have setup as follows:

    AV1 SCART IN - from Sky Receiver
    AV2 SCART IN - from Video Recorder
    AV3 (S-VHS at front) - Not Used
    AV4 SCART IN - from DVD Player

    Picure is very dodgey on AV2 for the Video. I have looked at the manual and I am wondering if I have misunderstood something! :rolleyes:

    Is AV2 only supposed to be used to connect to another unit in output from the Plasma to say a DVD/HDD recorder or VHS recorder? Therefore thats why the pciture is rubbish? Q-Link is mentioned and AV2 is some kind of data link. Can anyone explain this is in simple english please?

    2nd Problem - DVB Freeview
    I cannot pick up any signal at all on the DVB unit. In Analogue I can get some channels but very fuzzy. Can anyone help me out or suggest some simple resolutions? :lease:

    Thanks a lot.
     
  2. chrisw

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    Firstly is the scart cable you're using fully wired? When you say dodgy, what do you mean?

    2nd problem - do you normally get a decent picture on your old TV (assuming you have one)?
     
  3. Carloto

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    Sorry I dont know what a fully wired scart actually means? Picture is kinda pale blue and white not quite black and white.

    DVB/Analogue Tune - No didn't get a great picture before so i guess I need to recheck all Coax and AERIAL maybe needs repositioning. Have heard that sometime you need to change your aerial to a wideband aerial?
     

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